Some 300 people attended a protest rally in Buenos Aires against Argentine-Iranian cooperation in investigating the deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center.
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Israel should welcome such investigation if it has not got anything to
hide, be afraid of or truthful in finding the truth. The objects to the
fact finding initiative suggests that Israel has something to hide or
afraid of something that will be surfaced.
Three hundred is over 0.1% of Argentina's Jewish community! This
doesn't exactly fit with the story line, does it?
this is trucholandia , the most antisemitic and corrupt country in the
world.- with weak and accomplish jewesh leaders.-
Like many countries, included Israel, the Argentine government accuses
immediately those who criticize them of being servers of foreign interests.
... sympathy for their Jewish State's cause. Argentinian government
officials on the other hand have been sitting on their backsides for
about 20 years and some of them in this manner like keeping the cash
buyouts of their souls from the likes of Rafsanjani under cover.
Come back to HaAretz (The Land, as in no other land but Israel) when
you've woken up and really have something to say.
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